2003–04 A.S. Bari season

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A.S. Bari
2003–04 season
Chairman Vincenzo Matarrese
Manager Marco Tardelli
Giuseppe Pillon
Stadium Stadio San Nicola
Serie B 21st
Coppa Italia First round
Top goalscorer Nicolás Córdova (12)
Gionatha Spinesi (12)

During the 2003–04 Italian football season, A.S. Bari competed in the Serie B.

Season summary[edit]

Bari were expected to make a bid for an immediate return to the Serie A, but struggled all season. Manager Marco Tardelli was sacked and replaced by Giuseppe Pillon, who led the team to a secure but disappointing 21st place finish.


A.S. Bari's kit was manufactured by Italian sports retailer Lotto and sponsored by Pasta Ambra.


Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Italy GK Graziano Battistini
2 Italy DF Marco Candrina
3 Italy DF Giuseppe Ingrosso
4 Italy DF Gaetano De Rosa
7 Italy MF Mattia Collauto
8 Italy MF Antonio La Fortezza
10 Chile MF Nicolás Córdova
11 Uruguay MF Marcelo Lipatin
13 Italy MF Carlo Cardascio
14 Switzerland MF Lionel Pizzinat
15 Italy DF Nicola Mora
16 Italy MF Antonio Bellavista
18 Chile DF Alex von Schwelder
19 Italy FW Luigi Anaclerio
20 Chile MF Jaime Valdés
No. Position Player
21 Italy GK Vitangelo Spadavecchia
22 Argentina MF Diego Markic
23 Italy DF Emanuele Brioschi
24 Italy FW Gionatha Spinesi
26 Italy MF Pasquale Berardi
27 Senegal DF Diaw Doudou
28 Italy DF Domenico Creanza
29 Nigeria FW Ugochukwu Enyinnaya
77 Italy FW Simone Motta
79 Italy MF Luca Brambilla